Honda bucks the anti-saloon, pro-SUV trend by introducing a new saloon to the UK market. It's already sold in markets across the world.
Newly turbocharged, and larger in every direction, Honda's largest SUV hopes to rack up more sales, akin to the successful US version.
Jeep's old-school SUV is getting thoroughly modern with a hybrid variant and new tech.
The Ceed is germinating into a whole family of models including a shooting brake and SUV. The hatchback remains at the core of the range, though.
It's been a while since Maserati produced anything new and hardcore, but the Levante is set to be the next, with a 582bhp Ferrari V8 under the bonnet.
Power for the MX-5 gets a boost from 158bhp to 181bhp, torque also grows slightly and exhaust note has been tweaked.
Newly revealed third-generation CLS does without the shooting brake this time around, but maintains the style of the original.
Interior tweaks will make the cabin of the facelifted Outback a much more interesting place to be. Minor exterior tweaks will keep the status quo.
Fourth-generation Atom gets Honda Civic Type R power, slingshotting itself (and the driver) to 62mph in 2.8sec. It's been subject to a ground-up rebuild.
Our latest five-star car, with 715bhp, 211mph top speed and 0-62mph in 3.4sec.
Harder and faster version of new all-wheel drive M5 is quicker off the line than its Mercedes-AMG E63S rival.
The hot SUV brigade will gain a new entrant hailing from Munich when the X3 M arrives. Beware, Porsche Macan Turbo and Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio.
Citroën's third-generation van-based MPV - its second-best seller worldwide - gets a new SUV-like look, new front-end underpinnings and a host of driver assistance systems.
Fourth-generation large SUV puts a focus on technology, with a host of standard driver assistance, safety and convenience systems.
Isuzu D-Max (facelift)
Isuzu's workhorse will be refreshed for 2018, with styling, interior and technology tweaks. As the class heats up, Isuzu may have a fight on its hands.
Super-luxury, SVO-built two-door coupé will hit UK shores by the end of 2018, as an eventual follow-up to the Range Stormer concept of 2004.
Handsome saloon is updated with tweaked styling, handling and ride, while the interior has been given more upmarket tech.
600bhp launch version will eventually sit below a super-hybrid with 805bhp. We smell a 'Ring record attempt.
Mild exterior tweaks for Mitsubishi's best-selling plug-in hybrid SUV betray a new engine under the bonnet with lower emissions, boosted generator output, a larger battery pack and new driving modes.
Peugeot's bold new 508 saloon now takes fastback form, with dramatic styling marking a considerable departure over its thoroughly conventional predecessor.
Porsche Macan facelift
SUV handling hero reaches its mid-life stage, and there are new turbo V6 engines on the way, as well as a tweaked interior.
Suzuki's stalwart SUV has been given a minor refresh on the outside, but ditches its 1.6-litre engine and gains 1.4 and 1.0-litre units in its place. New tech and interior materials now feature, too.
Third-generation SUV gets new technology and road-biased styling as firm targets affluent buyers in Europe and China.
Roomier load-lugger goes up against Audi A4 Avant and BMW 3 Series Touring. PHEV version will top the range.
Motorsport outfit is to produce its first ever road car - it'll cost around £163,000 for UK customers when the first examples arrive in October.
Honda's small SUV gets a new nose and upgraded interior, as well as a new turbocharged petrol engine borrowed from the Jazz Sport and updated 1.6-litre diesel.
Hyundai's fast fastback is coming, with all the talents of the hatchback and a little more practicality.
Soft launch for Kia's second EV, with the Niro EV going on sale as a powertrain option, rather than an all new model.
Mud-plugging SVX promises go-anywhere ability with a 517bhp V8 engine thrown in for good measure.
Sister car to the Jaguar F-Pace gets a performance-focused SVR variant. 542bhp and 502lb ft of torque, in case you're wondering.
Devilishly powerful reworked Jaguar F-Type has been renamed from its original Thunder to be more welcoming of the F-Pace-based LFP SUV.
Morgan's three-wheeled, first full-electric series production car gets a range of 120 miles, and will be available to customers from late 2018.
The Cupra Ateca has been swirling around for a while now, but the performance SUV is coming, and just in time for things to get cold again.
BMW's new flagship with a not-so-new name. This version will actually get the supercar-baiting M8, though. Six and eight-cylinder petrols and diesels for the rest of the range, and a V12 coming later.
A Ceed with a bigger boot than a 5 Series Touring. Follows the lead of the new Ceed, with upgraded driver assistance systems too.
The facelifted Sportage arrives soon, and Kia is working on a 48V mild hybrid variant of its best-selling SUV. Unlike other mild hybrids, it'll be a diesel.
Woking's latest Ultimate Series hypercar is a £750,000, 789bhp track-friendly weapon. Bad news if you want one - they're all sold.
MG ZS Electric
MG's first EV is coming in the form of an electrified ZS, which will rival the Kia Niro EV and Hyundai Kona Electric. Given its likely bargain price, don't expect the same range as the others.
Skoda's supermini gets a new look, new tech, new interior and - gasp - no diesels.
Audi's aiming squarely for Mini with the A1, which moves to MQB for greater refinement, handling and quietness.
Same 444bhp engine and 125lb ft hike, but five doors.
Hot hybrid version of Audi's future flagship SUV.
Up to 600bhp in M-badged form, but entirely more conventional down the rest of the range. Gets a more X7-like look - could be divisive.
Citroën's Nissan Qashqai rival arrives at the end of the year, with the brand's Progressive Hydraulic Cushions suspension. Another with a hybrid version to follow.
Ford's first UK-bound Raptor model gets a 210bhp four-cylinder diesel with 369lb ft, heaps of on-road presence and fearsome off-road ability.
Honda's back on the hybrid hype after cutting the Insight some years ago with a petrol-electric CR-V.
The first car with a variable compression ratio engine, Infiniti promises all the talents of petrol with all the efficiency of diesel. Eureka.
A Ceed Sportswagon-cum-coupé with a smaller boot than the 'real' Ceed Sportswagon. Part of Kia's design-led approach; an SUV is also coming
A power hike is certain, although it'll likely not match the E63 S's 603bhp. Exterior tweaks will be ever so subtle.
A-Class saloon will fight the Audi RS3 saloon and ever-rumoured BMW 1 Series saloon, if the latter ever comes to Europe. AMG versions to follow.
Mercedes' mid-sized SUV will arrive in time for Christmas. The 4.0-litre AMG 63 won't.
Another brand's 'first' SUV, although you can bet your Phantom that this'll be bigger and more expensive than any of those.
Seat's seven-seater has been coming for a while now, and it'll even has a name now. Expect similar packaging to the Skoda Kodiaq and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace.
Another entrant into the fast SUV market, this time it's Skoda throwing its name into the mix. A diesel engine with lots of torque is reported to be under the bonnet.
Rock-solid SUV gets the same treatment as the Outback, with interior tweaks taking precedent over minor exterior changes.
Venerable Volkswagen estate and saloon will be facelifted at the end of 2018. Expect the usual raft of efficiency, interior and exterior revisions.
Volvo's plug-in hybrid small SUV is coming from the fourth quarter onwards, with the brand's 1.5-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine mated to a supplementary electric motor. An EV arrives in 2019.
Alpina sticks two fingers up to the ever-forecast death of diesel with a 323bhp, 516bhp six-cylinder diesel SUV. Europeans get two more chargers, 55 more horses and 52lb ft more than the Brits, though.
In a thoroughly modern Clash of the Titans, Audi will take on Jaguar in the electric market, with the E-Tron going up against Jag's I-Pace.
Bentley's Continental-GT-with-a-boot arrives early next year. Expect the same engine setup as the Continental - W12 first, then V8, then PHEV.
BMW's giant, Range Rover-rivalling SUV will be a seven-seat SUV, offered in xDrive30d, xDrive40i and xDrive50i flavours initially. More powertrains will follow.
“We wanted a Z4 with more dynamic capabilities, one that was sporty and precise. A pure roadster, a pure driving machine,” says BMW's driving dynamics expert. Sounds promising..
The UK's first second-generation hydrogen fuel cell car arrives with a fleet of improvements over the ix35 Fuel Cell and a name all of its own.
New Wrangler gets 2.0-litre petrol and 2.2-litre diesel engines, and the usual boxy styling and off-road prowess.
A-Class warm hatch will fight the Audi S3 saloon and ever-rumoured full-fat BMW 1 Series M, if the latter ever happens.
Italian car maker is developing a new version of its hardcore V12 supercar; takes aero influence from Huracán Performante.
The Peugeot saloon has its verve back, so the estate is expected to have the same return to form. Hybrid flagship will be expensive, mind.
The Renault Alaskan has already been pushed back once, but Renault's first pick-up is penned in for a 2018 launch.
It's back! As the Avensis dies, Toyota fills its space with the plush Camry. First arrivals are early next year.
It's back! Need we say more? Ok - the three figures that matter most - it's got 500bhp, starts at £90,000 and weighs 1250kg.
We know roughly what to expect from it, from looking at the T-Roc. Styling in early shots shows that it may be something of a departure from its slightly larger brother, though.
Volvo's BMW 3-Series rival will be the first under the brand's new no-diesel strategy.
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